Concert for self-isolated Legacy Lodge residents

Peter Keenan, with his 5-year-old daughter Sally by his side, plays a concert Sunday afternoon for residents from the front lawn of Legacy Lodge. The lodge has stopped allowing visitors amid the coronavirus outbreak since many of the residents are at a high risk for contracting COVID-19. Nikki Escalada, director of life enrichment at Legacy Lodge, has been working nonstop for the past week with musicians, trying to schedule entertainment and surprises like this for the residents. “It was kind of spur of the moment,” Keenan said. “I really just saw the opportunity on Facebook through the [Teton County CAREmongering group] and I thought to myself that was something I could do.”

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